Wastewater Management in Poland
Environmental management in Poland has progressively improved since its accession to the European Union (EU) in 2004. The growth of Poland’s environmental technologies market is driven by the EU mandates. In 2012, the overall environmental technologies market in Poland is valued at US $4.94 billion. Poland also ranks 7th in the global wastewater treatment market.
Under Poland’s National Programme of Municipal Wastewater Treatment (NPMWT), the Polish government is expanding and developing wastewater treatment facilities and sewerage networks across all states in Poland. As of 2013, more than 60% of Polish people are connected to sewers, with an expected increase to about 75% by 2018. In addition, the Nowogrodziec sewage project in Poland’s southwestern Dolnoslaskie region is valued at US $23 million.
Large scale floods and water scarcity have also spawned interest in other forms of wastewater treatment systems. The Polish government has tendered a contract for the development of storm water management infrastructure. The government is also implementing new ways to promote reuse and efficiency for consumer, industrial, and agricultural applications. Some key technologies that are in demand are engineering, procurement, advanced filtration, membrane filtration, waste to energy technology, anaerobic digestion, and nitrification. These are potential areas of research and development (R&D) for key players in water and wastewater treatment industry.
However, there is still a lot that can be done in the area of wastewater treatment market in Poland. In an effort to help Poland meet EU environmental standards, the EU often funds or subsidizes the development of environmental projects. Not surprisingly, there is a strong preference for European providers in Poland.
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